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Early, Early Fall in the Garden

"The world is a wonderfully weird place, consensual reality is significantly flawed, no institution can be trusted, certainty is a mirage, security a delusion, and the tyranny of the dull mind forever threatens -- but our lives are not as limited as we think they are, all things are possible, laughter is holier than piety, freedom is sweeter than fame, and in the end it's love and love alone that really matters."
Tom Robbins

salvia in the early morning

tiny pink edged white roses in bloom

a faerie house in the red bark japanese maple


i always forget the name of these orange guys... maybe some type of begonia

this ivyish weed has overgrown the flagstone path

white salvia

the upside down tomatoes that yielded almost no fruit

 knock-out roses

little webs everywhere

fading phlox

still in love with this little faerie house in the japanese maple tree

a pink watering can {action by Nelly Nero}

september and early october in north texas are still quite summery

i am so much more aware of the light since I started taking photographs

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Reader Comments (3)

Beautiful photos, awesome light in all of these! Makes me want to go outside and take a nice walk, pronto! But alas, I have to keep working.

10.5.2011 | Unregistered CommenteriHanna

Hanna, I'm so happy that the harsh mid-summer light is fading into the calmer fall light in Texas. Wishing you some hours of good light this week.


10.5.2011 | Registered Commentergypsy

Thanks for the Tour!!! The purpurea looks like a indoor only plant up here- Wandering Jew? I like your fairy houses. We have always wanted to make a Thailand Spirit house. we had a frost last night up here. Apples are good so far this year, crisp and juicy. Off to sew! A rarity these days.

10.6.2011 | Unregistered CommenterCarol

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